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#16 - avulse (02/13/2014) [+] (25 replies)
If you don't believe in the Big Bang Theory, do you believe that an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent being who is invisible and inaudible and who always existed and always will exist created everything? Is that a more plausible explanation than a scientific theory like the Big Bang Theory?
User avatar #21 to #16 - trojanmannn (02/13/2014) [-]
just enjoy the content dude
User avatar #78 - thenameschuck (02/13/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Hey atheist, if the sun is a star how come it's a circle.

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#30 - optimussum (02/13/2014) [+] (48 replies)
If you think the universe was created by god what came before him?
#95 - butwhynot (02/13/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Hey atheists, if the world is flat then why aren't we all pizza?

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User avatar #9 - plasmaballs (02/13/2014) [+] (18 replies)
there is no such thing as 'before the big bang', time didnt exist before the big bang
#135 - redbannerman (02/13/2014) [-]
And here I am, hoping that there is a God who can explain this **** .



"eyo, man.... The ****** up with universal creation and **** ?"

" **** , man, ****** take you an eternity to get your head around it."

"Well, good thing I gots me an eternity amirite?"

"Sheeit."


*this is all implying that God is black and soul is black Get it? Soul is black? ehheheheh **** .
#87 - martialnorris (02/13/2014) [+] (2 replies)
This is now my avatar
#103 to #87 - newdevyx (02/13/2014) [-]
If it makes you moist, go ahead.
#51 - tkgm (02/13/2014) [+] (6 replies)
There was nothing. The big bang was the start of time..the start of everything. Hard to imagine nothing before or in what exactly the universe is expanding. It's jsut too much for a human brain but I like to imagine that I am invincible, flying through the universe, not beeing affected by any of natures laws. Imagine floating directly in front of the center of a black hole...taking a handfull of that compressed matter...or looking directly into the sun..the surface...also grabbing a handfull of it's matter...goddamn...watching a supernova, walking on a neutron star...ohhh 						****					 man..
There was nothing. The big bang was the start of time..the start of everything. Hard to imagine nothing before or in what exactly the universe is expanding. It's jsut too much for a human brain but I like to imagine that I am invincible, flying through the universe, not beeing affected by any of natures laws. Imagine floating directly in front of the center of a black hole...taking a handfull of that compressed matter...or looking directly into the sun..the surface...also grabbing a handfull of it's matter...goddamn...watching a supernova, walking on a neutron star...ohhh **** man..
User avatar #53 to #51 - ohhh (02/13/2014) [-]
Are you high?
#28 - infinitereaper ONLINE (02/13/2014) [+] (13 replies)
With the big crunch theory it might be that each universe blows up comes back blows up comes back, blows up comes back, but really, thinking about it on this cosmic scale

existence makes absolute no ******* sense
the fact that things are means that nothing is, and even though nothing would make more sense than something. Think about the nature of existence. Existence exists, for no apparently reason, existing, as we perceive it to be existing, when in reality a world without life isn't observable. It exists but no one knows it exists.

You push that train of thought long enough and eventually you end up a mental hospital or realize we really may be living in some sort of matrix. We know so little about our reality that given we survive 1 million years, what we find may completely transcend our current humanity.

Afterall, the fact that things are is so illogical given our limited perspective you have to wonder why things are at all. It isn't enough to say things just are, we already know that. Why is the question, but what if the answer is incomprehensible? What if the answer is "things shouldn't be" or "there is no reason" or even the scariest stretch of my limited human understanding: "Things actually aren't".

Amazing. Simply amazing. This reality I mean. It's beyond me. If I could only grasp it in the palm of my hand.
#128 - failzer (02/13/2014) [+] (2 replies)
THIS is a picture of Georges Lemaître, a Catholic Priest who Invented the big bang theory. not the TV show

Don't believe me?
Source:- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lema%C3%AEtre

Just so i can put and end to all this crap with Christians complaining about the big bang.. it was actually a Christian who came up with it, I'm not an atheist of a christian but I hate seeing arguments with a severe lack of info
#143 - azraelthemage (02/13/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I think it's possible to believe in God, but still take science into account.
#213 - mattdoggy (02/13/2014) [-]
The Big Bang theory was created by a Catholic Priest and in high level theology debates is used on the side of Christians
#122 - IceViper (02/13/2014) [-]
There are some hypotheses on what happened prior to the big bang but nobody claims to know for sure. Atheists never claimed to be omnipotent by science anyways, so really we aren't responsible for the answer to this question until we find out what happened.
User avatar #18 - okamiterasu (02/13/2014) [-]
The only definite answer that we have is we don't know. But that does not mean god did it. Currently unexplained does not automatically mean that it's supernatural.
User avatar #188 - afrodemon (02/13/2014) [+] (19 replies)
what if the big bang was just a black whole that turned in to a white whole.
User avatar #194 to #188 - bostpost (02/13/2014) [-]
please don't reproduce hole
User avatar #131 - PenguinsOfMars (02/13/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Let me tell you about string theory
There are multiple dimensions different depending on which string theory you believe, some scientists (myself non-scientist included) believe that we live on a particular dimension parallel to another dimension, gravity pulls us against another dimension and when we collide it goes BOOM and makes a big bang, then the force from it repels us until gravity overtakes the momentum of the explosion and pulls us together again over and over restarting the universe every few quadrillion quadrillion trillion billion years (numbers may not be exact)
User avatar #115 - bookyle (02/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
the big bang is the start of time.

Asking what's before the big bang is akin to asking what is north of the north pole.

There is no north of the north pole, the north starts at the north pole just like time starts at the big bang.
#106 - Womens Study Major (02/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
ITT: science.   
   
However, I'd like to take this opportunity to quote.... The Sweeper.   
"Y'know, it's really hard to discuss quantum in a language that originated to tell the other monkeys where the fresh fruit was"   
   
Myself, I like the theory of the closed universe, that one day all that is (within our frame of reference) will have contracted to the big crunch, in a boom too impossibly big to exist, which sparks the next big bang, allowing the slow dignified heartbeat of the multiverse to keep rolling on.   
Of course, that theory isn't exactly new and is anyway more amateur philosophy than science, but... I think it's a nice thought. I really admire the scientists of our time, but while I'm quoting Pratchett:   
   
"You think you are qualified to explain the secret workings of the universe, but don't even know how skinless sausages hold together?" (not an exact quote)
ITT: science.

However, I'd like to take this opportunity to quote.... The Sweeper.
"Y'know, it's really hard to discuss quantum in a language that originated to tell the other monkeys where the fresh fruit was"

Myself, I like the theory of the closed universe, that one day all that is (within our frame of reference) will have contracted to the big crunch, in a boom too impossibly big to exist, which sparks the next big bang, allowing the slow dignified heartbeat of the multiverse to keep rolling on.
Of course, that theory isn't exactly new and is anyway more amateur philosophy than science, but... I think it's a nice thought. I really admire the scientists of our time, but while I'm quoting Pratchett:

"You think you are qualified to explain the secret workings of the universe, but don't even know how skinless sausages hold together?" (not an exact quote)
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